Future Hosting, a specialized VPS hosting and dedicated server hosting provider based in Southfield, Michigan, has announced comprehensive upgrades to its range of Pure SSD virtual private server (VPS) hosting plans. As the price of SSD storage goes down, the company also felt a responsibility to pass on the cost saving to their clients.
Future Hosting’s Pure SSD VPS hosting plans use solid state drives for all storage. The upgrades include the creation of a new SSD1 VPS hosting tier, which comprises Future Hosting‘s server management plan, 1GB of RAM, 10GB of Pure SSD storage, 2 TB of bandwidth, and a choice of control panel that includes cPanel or Plesk running on CentOS 6.
No price increase
Future Hosting’s higher VPS hosting tiers will receive a significant increase in resources with no increase in price. For example, the old SSD4 VPS plan becomes SSD5, which benefits from a 1GB increase in memory to 6GB, a 25GB increase in SSD storage to 100GB, and a 1TB increase of bandwidth to 6TB. Other tiers will receive comparable upgrades.
“As the price of SSD storage goes down, we feel it’s important to pass on the cost saving to our clients,” said Maulesh Patel, VP of Operations of Future Hosting. “That’s why we’re giving all existing and new clients access to more resources and faster servers with no price increase.”